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i need help i have no idea what the answer to this is

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  1. anonymous
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    Which of the following is the most plausible explanation of why Abraham, who was a nomad, was more willing to observe and accept the existence of a single, all-powerful God, than the people of the agricultural communities he visited on his travels? Select one: a. Abraham was better educated and could read many languages and thus learn more than others of his day. b. Abraham was not permitted in any of the local churches and thus had to develop his own beliefs. c. Abraham saw that there must be a power above the petty and local deities that each local society worshipped. d. While roaming the deserts between the cities he met 3 wise men on camels who were bringing gifts to a newborn king.

  2. CBARREDO1
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    C

  3. anonymous
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    awsome lol thankyou

  4. CBARREDO1
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    Just tag me and I will answer ASAP

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